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Please submit your site to the most appropriate regional category under either Commercial, Residential or Multi-Discipline, depending upon the focus of your practice.

Following these guidelines will help to prevent lengthy delays in reviewing your site.

Includes links to the various architectural practice area categories by location of the architect or architectural firm.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, commercial or industrial architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please find the regional subcategory that most closely corresponds to the location of your brick-and-mortar office(s) and submit there. Include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city or town where office is located. If you have more than one office, include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields — stick with the facts; do not capitalize each area of specialty (example: Healthcare, Industrial, Residential and Religious Architecture); and do not repeat the company name in the description field. Following these guidelines will prevent lengthy delays in reviewing your site.

Commercial / industrial architecture includes office, multi-unit residential, civic, retail, institutional and other types of architecture for the business world.

Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR SITE TO THESE CATEGORIES IF YOU ARE NOT A DIRECTORY LISTING ARCHITECTS OR A DIRECTORY OF INFORMATION RELATED TO THE PRACTICE OF ARCHITECTURE. THIS INCLUDES DIRECTORIES RELATED TO MATERIAL AND PRODUCTS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND DESIGN PROFESSIONALS THAT ARE NOT ARCHITECTS. DIRECTORIES THAT COMBINE THE ABOVE ARE APPROPRIATE AS LONG AS THE ARCHITECTURAL LISTINGS EQUAL OR SURPASS THE OTHER CONTENT. PLEASE REFER TO THE DESCRIPTION LISTED IN THE DESIGN:ARCHITECTS CATEGORY.

If your directory lists architects, architectural projects, or information related to the practice of architecture, this is the place for you. Please submit the following information:

1. Title - The name of the directory, and the main web site. Example: Media Union Library - University of Michigan rather than List of Architects, Planning and Urban Design in Michigan.

2. Description - The following information:

A. A brief description of the directory.

B. Unique features of the directory.

Example: An architectural search tool to find a residential architect for new or renovation projects. Search by practice, keyword or locations.

NOTE: ODP will not include promotional language in either the title or description. All submitted forms are edited to reflect an objective description.

NOTE: MISPLACED SITES MAY CAUSE A DELAY IN THE SITES LISTING. PLEASE MATCH YOUR SUBMITTAL TO THE BEST CATEGORY.

If you have any question, please email the editor at the link you see on the bottom of the category list. Thanks for submitting your site to ODP.

Directories is a category for online directories related to architects and the practice of architecture. This includes directories of architects and issues related to practice and design (green architecture, periodical directories,etc.) If your site does not meet this criteria, please refer to the description under the Architects General Category.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of educational facility architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Education architects is a category providing portfolios and business information for those involved in professional practice who focus is on educational facilities. This includes schools, universities, school labs, private institutions and any other structure relevant to a teaching environment Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion. If your site does not meet this criteria, please refer to the description under the Architects General Category.
If your site is related to employment opportunities for architects and related positions within an architectural firm, this is the place for you. Please submit the following information:

1. Title - The name of the agency, listing or business, and the name of the main web site.

Example: Archijob - The Israeli Architectural Portal rather than Architectural Jobs in Israel.

2. Description - The following information:

A. A brief description of the services offered.

B. Unique features of the directory.

Example: Job search facilities for all levels of positions with firms around the world. Additional features include executive search, a resume database and employee portfolios.

NOTE: ODP will not include promotional language in either the title or description. All submitted forms are edited to reflect an objective description.

NOTE: MISPLACED SITES MAY CAUSE A DELAY IN THE SITES LISTING. PLEASE MATCH YOUR SUBMITTAL TO THE BEST CATEGORY.

If you have any question, please email the editor at the link you see on the bottom of the category list. Thanks for submitting your site to ODP.

Employment is a category related to employment opportunities for architects and related positions within an architectural firm. This includes staff and executive recruitment, job listings, and staffing agencies related to architecture. If your site does not meet this criteria, please refer to the description under the Architects General Category.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of entertainment facility architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Entertainment architects is a category providing portfolios and business information for those involved in designing for the entertainment industry. While the majority of the sites depict traditional entertainment practice (casinos, performance spaces, theme and leisure environments, etc.), quite a few are not. Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of health care facility architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Health Care architects is a category providing portfolios and business information for those involved in professional practice who focus is on health care facilities. This includes hospitals, elderly care, ACLF, death care, medical office, medical research facilities and any other structure relevant to the health care environment Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion. If your site does not meet this criteria, please refer to the description under the Architects General Category.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of hospitality facility architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Hospitality architects is a category providing portfolios and business information for those involved in professional practice who focus is on hospitality facilities. This includes hotels, motels, resorts, lodges and any other structure relevant to the hospitality industry. Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion.

If your practice and portfolio demonstrate multiple building types, or services other than building architecture, this is the place for you. Please submit the following information:

1. Title - The legal name of your company.

2. Description - The following information:

A. The location of your office(s), by state if in the USA, by country if outside of the USA.

B. Short list of markets your firm serves

C. A list of what your web site contains.

D. Please do not list your firm name in the description.

Example: New York firm providing design services for the commercial, medical, education and entertainment industries. Includes portfolio, firm profile, awards and contact information.

NOTE: ODP will not include promotional language in either the title or description. All submitted forms are edited to reflect an objective description.

This category is for firms designing multiple building types without a specific specialty, or that offer multiple services. Multiple services include graphic design, architecture, web design, engineering, etc. Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of religious facility architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Religious architects is a category providing portfolios and business information for those involved in professional practice who focus is on religious facilities. This includes churches, fellowship and worship hall, and any other structure relevant to a religious environment. Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of residential architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site listed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Registered ("licensed") architects and architectural firms currently practicing that specialize in or have a strong emphasis on residential architecture.
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR SITE TO THIS CATEGORY IF YOU ARE NOT ARCHITECTS. THIS INCLUDES MATERIAL AND PRODUCT VENDORS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND DESIGN PROFESSIONALS THAT ARE NOT ARCHITECTS. PLEASE REFER TO THE DESCRIPTION LISTED IN THE DESIGN:ARCHITECTS CATEGORY.

If your site contains your resume and portfolio and does not display information on the professional services of a practicing firm, this is the place for you. Please submit the following information:

1. Title - Last Name, First Name

Example: Smith, Bill as opposed to Architectural Images and Resume of Bill Smith.

2. Description - The following information:

A. A brief description of the portfolio.

B. A list of what your web site contains.

Example: Personal background, architectural projects, two and three dimensional renderings by the architect educated at the University of Pennsylvania. .

NOTE: ODP will not include promotional language in either the title or description. All submitted forms are edited to reflect an objective description.

NOTE: MISPLACED SITES MAY CAUSE A DELAY IN THE SITES LISTING. PLEASE MATCH YOUR SUBMITTAL TO THE BEST CATEGORY.

If you have any question, please email the editor at the link you see on the bottom of the category list. Thanks for submitting your site to ODP.

Résumés and Portfolios is a category for the resumes of individual architects and their portfoilios, and sites that do not demonstrate work clearly related to the business of architecture. This includes individuals seeking employment, those not seeking employment currently employed by an architectural firm, and firms that do not clearly state their business services, or whose portfolio does not show built work or unbuilt work not related to competitions. If your site does not meet this criteria, please refer to the description under the Architects General Category.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, the area of sports architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site listed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Sports architects is a category providing portfolios and business information for those involved in professional practice who focus is on sports facilities. This includes gymnasiums, stadiums, arenas, equestrian facilities and any other structure relevant to a sports environment Theoretical firms are welcome and encouraged, but they must display some form of practical application, even if it is only a discussion. If your site does not meet this criteria, please refer to the description under the Architects General Category.

This category is only for the submission of architects'' websites who specialize in, or have an emphasis in, sustainable architecture.

Please do not submit here if you are a material or product vendor, builder, contractor or design professional who is not a licensed architect. Submit instead to related categories. Non-architect submissions will likely experience a long delay in having the site reviewed.

For architects who are submitting, please include the following:

Title: The legal name of your firm. If an individual, please submit as last name, first name.

Description: Information on what is to be found at your website (example: "Portfolio of recent projects, client list and awards received." Please include the city and state (USA); city and province (Canada); or city and country where your brick-and-mortar office is located. If you have more than one office, please include this information.

Do not use promotional language in either the title or description fields. Doing so will likely cause a delay in reviewing your site.

Sustainable architecture describes the practice of pursuing an energy- and ecologically-conscious approach to the design of the built environment. It is sometimes called "green architecture."
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